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Daily Life in CanadaDecember 2, 2020

How to prepare for your first winter in Canada

Canada is often referred to as the great white north, and with good reason – the winters are snowy and cold. Temperatures in some cities could drop as low as -30 or -40 degrees Celsius. But don’t let this scare you. Know that life goes on as usual, even during [...]

Daily Life in CanadaOctober 13, 2020

How to improve your English and adapt to Canadian culture

Canada is a diverse nation. As per the 2016 Census, there have been over 7.5 million foreign-born individuals who have come to Canada through the immigration process, representing over one-fifth (21.9 per cent) of Canada's total population. In 2016, each of 22 immigrant mother tongues was spoken by more than [...]

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FamilyStudyingJuly 3, 2020

The newcomer guide to schooling in Canada

As per the 2018 Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) data, Canada is the most educated country in the world. To highlight the importance of education in the lives of Canadians, in 2014, Canada spent 6 per cent of GDP on education compared to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation [...]

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